Biography – Dennis M. Lox, M.D.
Dr. Dennis Lox is a world recognized Sports and Regenerative Medicine Specialist. He did his undergraduate studies at The University of Arizona, where he was Phi Beta Kappa. Dr. Lox did his medical training at Texas Tech University, with a Residency in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
He began practicing Sports and Musculoskeletal Medicine in Florida in 1990.
During this time he, edited two Medical Textbooks, and eight Medical Textbook chapters. He has written numerous scientific abstracts in the field of Regenerative Medicine, and presented his findings at Scientific Medical Conferences on Regenerative Medicine and Tissue Engineering.
Dr. Lox has always had a keen devotion to the science of Regenerative Medicine. This passion was fueled by his desire to deliver the best medical care and knowledge to his patients. He, has thus been invited as a Lecturer, and Moderator at Regenerative Medicine Conferences all around the world. He has lectured with some of the most acclaimed Regenerative Medicine Researchers, Professors, and Physicians in the world. Two, Dr. Steven Badylak, and Dr. Anthony Atala have been featured on the television news program 60 minutes, for their ground breaking Regenerative Medicine research. Dr. Lox has also been invited to Moderate and select esteemed Regenerative Medicine Professors to lecture on Sports, Regenerative Medicine, and Tissue Engineering Symposiums at multiple highly regarded International Conferences.
Dennis M. Lox, M.D., has been interviewed on various news stations and radio programs around the country, for his work on patients, and professional athletes with Regenerative Medicine treatments.
Dr. Lox practices Sports and Regenerative Medicine in the Tampa Bay, Florida area, and in Beverly Hills, California. He has treated patients from around the world, including celebrities, professional athletes, and patients just wanting a better quality of life through Regenerative Medicine.